Featured Palm Coast House of the Week: 10-17-2014

Weekly, GoToby.com alerts readers to a property chosen because it represents real value. This week’s choice is a classic “flipper.” Watch a video of a transformation from “Needs TLC” to ”Like New.”

34 Pineapple Dr - Palm Coast, FLPalm Coast, FL – October 16, 2014 – GoToby.com today inaugurates “House of the Week.” Each week, GoToby.com will alert readers to a special local property. Each property is chosen because it represents real value and is expected to sell quickly. This week’s pick is a classic “flipper,” neglected during foreclosure. It needed, and got, a complete makeover. 

Built in 1986, this 1,491 square foot three bedroom, two bath home at 34 Pineapple Drive is efficiently designed with no wasted space. You will be surprised when you walk through. The split floor plan with a great room gives the feel of a larger house. There is an additional flex room which would make a great office or place for hobbies plus a 150 square foot screened lanai. The garage is oversized for extra storage.

Come to the Open House tomorrow (Saturday) between 1:00 and 4:00 to see for yourself. It is newly priced to sell at $155,000.

Great room of 34 Pineapple Dr - Palm Coast, FLDoris Dolamore (Broker) and Kim Wahl (Agent) of Atlantic Homes Realty LLC are the co-listing agents. They can be reached at (386) 237-5870 or you can call me at (386) 931-7124.

The complete makeover included:

  • New tile and carpet throughout
  • Newly painted inside and outside
  • New roof and gutters
  • New A/C (warranted)
  • New garage door with opener
  • New baths with modern tile and low energy toilets (I guess that means they aren’t electric)
  • Kitchen with new appliances, new cabinets with soft close doors and granite countertops
  • Professional landscaping

Watch this walkthrough of the finished product.

Click here to see the complete set of five videos that chronicle the transformation of 34 Pineapple Drive from "Needs TLC" to "Like New."

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